It’s easy to forget, what with the numerous credible allegations of creeping on teenage girls, that Roy Moore was a well-known trash fire BEFORE those accusers came out.
Not only does he keep heavily implying the U.S. was better off before slavery was abolished, he also thinks homosexuality should be illegal.
Well, one Alabama voter has something to say about that.
Nathan Mathis, a 74-year-old peanut farmer, stood outside Moore’s rally Monday night telling the story of his daughter, who he lost to suicide at the age of 23.
As a member of the LGBT community, Patti Sue was one of the people whose existence this man wants to ban.
His story is a sad one, but it’s one you need to hear. Watch his tearful statement to reporters (below):
Nathan Mathis is here outside the Moore event. He tells me his daughter committed suicide and says Roy Moore called her a pervert because she was gay. “My sign says it all,” he said. pic.twitter.com/5qZnM0IyNJ
├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ Andrew Desiderio (@desiderioDC) December 11, 2017
Father, who says he’s a local peanut farmer in Wicksburg, outside Roy Moore rally talks about losing his gay daughter at age of 23 to suicide. “I was anti-gay myself. I said bad things to my daughter, which I regret.” pic.twitter.com/J0oOU0EJI2
├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ Vaughn Hillyard (@VaughnHillyard) December 11, 2017